The Triangle's dominant pay-TV provider reported higher second-quarter profit as its signed up more customers for digital TV, Internet and phone service.
New York-based Time Warner Cable, the country's second-largest cable TV company, reported that it earnings $342 million, up from $316 million a year earlier. Revenue rose 5.8 percent to $4.73 billion.
The company has 12.7 million video subscribers in 28 states. That includes about 2.1 million customers in the Carolinas, including 830,000 in the region from Raleigh to the coast.
Nationwide, it lost 111,000 video subscribers during the quarter, as pay TV rivals such as AT&T and DirecTV continue to steal customers.
But Time Warner Cable added 63,000 home phone customers and 85,000 residential Internet subscribers.
Customers on average paid $72.56 a month for video, up 5.2 percent from the same quarter a year ago.
Internet subscribers paid 3.3 percent more on average in the quarter to $42.88 a month, but phone pricing fell slightly to $38.64.